Adam Sandler Hated Playing Raunchy Jokes In Funny People
Adam Sandler, an American comedy actor, claims that he did not enjoyed delivering dirty jokes in his forthcoming stand-up comedy flick Funny People, as he is dad now.
The Wedding Singer was spotted by a talent scout when he used to work at comedy clubs and hired him as a writer for one of the hit show of U.S. Saturday Night Live.
Adam Sandler moved to films leaving his stand-up comedy show career but returned to his roots with a role in Judd Apatow's new film, Funny People.
The actor admits that he felt guilty performing vulgar jokes while his two daughters were asleep at his family home.
"This was stuff I hadn't done in a long time. I haven't talked that filthy in front of people. I went on stage and was as filthy as I could be. Then I would drive home and I'd be in my driveway alone and think of my two little kids sleeping and I'd just feel like the biggest, dirtiest human being”, Adam Sandler said.